(RNS) — For Jews who can become pregnant, our reproductive freedoms are our religious freedoms, guaranteed in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
(RNS) — The argument against Islam, says legal scholar Asma Uddin in a Q&A, has nothing to do with a philosophical interrogation of 'religion,' and everything to do with depriving Muslims of their rights.
(RNS) — A letter in which the first president mentions the actions of 'Providence' has rekindled interest in the controversial matter of Washington’s faith life.
(RNS) Who was Blaine and would he have wanted to prevent a Midwestern day care center from padding the ground below its swingset and slide? Let us ’Splain . . . .
(RNS) The “first freedom” is not the free exercise of religion — it is freedom from established religion.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — During the past year, the Khans say they have heard rising fears from Muslim friends and family members, especially children.
(RNS) In his "sermon," the Supreme Court justice said the principle of religious neutrality has been distorted and “one of the reasons God has been good to us is that we have done him honor.”
(RNS) There is a saying in the Middle East: "Some days are for you, and some days are upon you." No doubt the latter is the case for Muslims now.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) On the surface, the fight was over the minutiae of Tennessee’s sunshine, or public notice, laws. But a thriving anti-Muslim movement in Tennessee fueled the fight.